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January 27, 2013 at 17:00 in the concert hall Crocus City Hall in Moscow a festive event will take place dedicated to the great event for the whole Muslim world - Mawlid an-Nabi - the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad.

The event is organized by the Council of Muftis of Russia with the official support of the Committee for Public Associations and Religious Organizations of the State Duma, the Committee for Interregional Relations and National Policy of Moscow, the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Asia and Africa, Moscow State University, Russian University of Peoples' Friendship.

Greeting speeched at the event will be held by Mufti Sheikh Ravil Gaynutdin, and senior officials of the country.

Total number of visitors is 6200.

On stage, of one of the most prestigious concert halls of the Russian capital Muslim religious chants will be performed popular Russian and foreign artists. Among them - the world-famous singer Zain Bhikha (Zain bhih) from South Africa, the Azerbaijani singer Elgun Guliyev, the Kazakh artist Marat Omarov, artists from Turkey and Kyrgyzstan, the vocal group from Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Russian performers of nasheeds. It offers theatrical skits, video presentation, drawing trips to the minor pilgrimage (Umrah). Specially for the event Kazan Orchestra "Nura Kazan" - "The light of Kazan" will come.

Prior to the event in the lobby of the concert hall will be an exhibition of paintings, shamails, exhibition of national attributes and Muslim style, the presentation of Arab calligraphy and Ebru (drawing water).

Accreditation is carried out until 18:00, 25 January 2013.

Tel.:  (495) 684-31-98,  8-926-106-39-93e-mail:

Media Coordinator at the event:  8-925-024-38-67 Bair

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